The Past and the Future.

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In Season Four as you study and are trained in Particular Baptist Covenant Theology, Church History, and Eschatology (see syllabus), you will read from The Christian’s Reasonable Service (vol. 4) by Wilhelmus Á Brakel, A Body of Doctrinal Divinity by John Gill, Church History in Plain Language by Bruce Shelley, as well as The Book of Revelation Made Easy by Kenneth Gentry.

In addition to the weekly reading assignments, you will be taught from the Scriptures in an expository manner as well as from the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith. Each week both the expository sermon as well as the confessional teaching will focus primarily on one of the doctrines that has just been covered in book 1 or 2 of the reading assignment.

Finally you will be trained to rightly divide the word of truth as you write essays and expositions of Scripture concerning Particular Baptist Covenant Theology and Eschatology.
*essays and exposition are for the certificate path only

Apply Now for Season Four

Season Four started Monday, August 29th, 2022


Scroll down for links to specific books in both print and digital formats.


Q1. Is there a cost for either of the paths offered by Shepherd School?
A1. The only cost currently associated with either path of Shepherd School is that you are responsible to buy or digitally procure the books for each season.

Q2. Where will the weekly classes be held?
A2. The weekly classes will be held at the Ekklesia Muskogee Building – 700 N 4th St. Muskogee, OK 74401.

Q3. When will the weekly classes take place?
A3. Monday evenings from 6:00pm–8:30pm.

Q4. Are there any prerequisites for being admitted into Shepherd School?
A4. Any male 18 years of age or older is eligible to apply.

Q5. Who are the pastors that lead Shepherd School?
A5. Brett Baggett, along with his fellow pastors of Ekklesia Muskogee, Brandon Allen and Nate Yarbrough.